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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Hay ton, King of Armenia, ii. 170; and
Bay bars of Egypt, 178

Hazaras, Mongol, ii. 306

Hazar Asp, fortress of, ii. 124, 125, 140

Head, B. V., i. 174 footnote

Hebron, ii. 29

Hecatompylus, the capital of Parthia, i.
326 5 site of, 331 ; 334, 337, 395, 418

Hedin, Sven, i. 19 footnote

Hegira, the, vide Htjra^ the

Helena, St., ii. 113

Hellas (vide also Greece)T; geographical
position, i. 157 ; 176, 180, 182, 196 ;
Persian invasion, 198 ; intercourse with
Asia Minor, 199 ; 200, 202 ; repulse of
Persia, 208-225 ; 219, 220, 221, 222,
224, 225, 226, 230, 233, 240 ; position
after Battle of Cunaxn, 242, 243, 244$
246, 249, 253, 254; recognition of
Alexander the Great, 259-260; 261,
262, 270, 279, 287, 301, 303, 309, 310,
312, 318, 319, 324, 326, 327 ; early
relations with Rome, 338, 339 ; 343,

347, 35 3$*

Hellenism, analysis of, and comparison
with British ideals, i. 300 et seq,

Hellespont, the, I 178, 212, 219, 223,

262, 263, 342, 344, 524
* Helmand, River, i. i, 4, 23, 25, ioit 285,
286, 298, 338

Henry III., King of England ; embassy to,
and from the Assassins, ii. 172

Henry 1IL, of Castile 5 embassy to Tamer-
lane, ii, 210-213

Henry IV., King of England 5 letter from
Tamerlane, ii. 209-210

Hephaestion, i, 289, 290, 298, 299

Heraclea, i. 318, 326

Heraclid Dynasty, i. 136-137

Heraclius; Aga Mohamed's invasion of
Georgia, ii. 388-389 ; 410

Heraclius (father of the Emperor Herac-
lius), i. 517

Heraclius, Emperor; accession of, i. 522,

523 ; projected flight to Carthage, 523-

524 5 campaigns of, 524 ft se$.; sacks
Dastagird, 526 5 527, 528, 529, 530 ;
Mohamed's embassy to, ii.  17; 29;
death of, 30

Herat, i. 5, n, 15, 22, 30, xoi, 122, 125,
285, 496 j ii. 32, 48, 50, 57, 58 ; rising
at, 65-66 ; 67 ; captured by Yakub bin
Lais, 84 5 88, 91; subdued by Alp
Arslan, 103 ; 120, 134; captured by
Mongols, 156 ; 158, 178 ; held by the
Karts, 195 ; surrenders to Tamerlane,
201 j 202, 216, 217 5 fall of, 258 ; 306,
356, 424 ; siege of, by Mohamed Mirxa,
425-426 ; second siege of, by Mohamed
Shah, 431-434; British mission to,
437 5 449 i ^nge of rulers, 451-452 5
Persian occupation, 452 5 new ruler,

455-456 $ capture by Dost Mohamed
464-465
Herbert, Sir Thomas, ii. 268 footnote, 279,
282, 284
Hercules, worship of, i. 270, 290
Hercules, illegitimate  son  of Alexander
the Great, i. 310
Hermias, Seleucid Minister, i. 334, 335
Hermus, River, i. 155, 344
Herodian, i. 427 footnote
Herodotus, i. 23, 28, 54, 56, 103, 105,
113, 117, 121, 125, 126, 127,  137,
148 ; account of Cyrus the Great, 149,
et seq.; 154, 155 footnote $ capture of
Sanies, 156 5 157, 158, 162, 163,17!
footnote, 178, 180, 182, 198 footnotej
Battle of Marathon, 204 ; 206 ; expedi-
tion of Xerxes, 209 et scq.; 222, 226,
353>3*4> 36'; ii. iSi
Hezar Asp, fortress of, ii, 358
Hieropolis, i. 519, 52*
Hijra, the (or  flight" of Mohamed to
Medina), ii. 13-14, 15, 17
Hillal (Arab leader), i. 537
Himalayas, the, i. 257, 361 ; ii. 208
Himera, Battle of, i. 219
Hims, city of (the ancient Emessa), ii.
30 $ battle of, 1805 189
Himyarites, the, i. 493 5 ii. 2, 8
Hind (India), country of, ii. 90
Hindu Kush, i. 15, 33, 102 j crossing of,
by Alexander, 286-287; 289, 312, 347,
353 354 i  3*, *57, *58> 3<>
Hingpl, River, i. 297
Hippias, i. 199, 200, 203, 204
Hippocrates, ii. 133
Hira (Arab State), i. 482, 521, 532, 533,
53* 540
Hirrus, Roman envoy to Parthia, i. 381
Hirth,  Dr. F., i.  365 footnote;  ii. 75
footnote
Hisham, Caliph ; reign of, ii. 56 ; invasion
of France, ibid.
Hissar, ii, 243
Histiaeus of Miletus, i. 200
Hit, i. 50
Hittitcs, invasion of Babylonia, i. 80 ; 87,
90
Hiung-Nu, vide Huns, the                        ,
Hodeibia, Truce of, ii. 17
Hogarth, D. G., i 30, 252 footnote, 257,
289 footnote
Holdich, Sir T., i. 288 footnote, 289; ii.
468, 469
Holland, vide Dutch, the
Holm,  Prof. P. E,, i.  176, 230,   268
footnote, 323     ,
Holstein Embassy, ii. 20,7-298, 363
Holwan, i, 539, 542 ; ii. 92
Homer 5 references to Mcmnon, i.   55 j
157, 158
Horace, i. 376, 391, 397